Five Questions With: Joe Devine

With the innovation-fostering group Tech Collective setting up a forum for chief information officers in Rhode Island last year at the request of Gov. Gina M. Raimondo, its work is well underway. Joe Devine, Tech Collective’s interim executive director, gave Providence Business News an update on the Rhode Island CIO Forum. Click here to read […]

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Tech Collective Partners with Tim Hebert to Launch Leadership Development Series

Cranston, Rhode Island – Thursday, January 17, 2019 –Tech Collective, Rhode Island’s foremost Information Technology Association, in partnership with national keynoter and leadership development activator Tim Hebert, will be launching a 2019 leadership development series. Hebert, a perennial entrepreneur, business leader and public speaker, will lead a series of experiential workshops that cover core leadership […]

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2018 TECH10 Awards

With new gadgets and technology advances come a shift in what it means to be an innovator in this ever-changing marketplace. But who are the faces behind the logos? Rhode Island Monthly and Tech Collective have partnered to recognize these local individuals across ten categories, from tech educators to entrepreneurs who are shaping the future […]

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2018 RI Tech10 Award Winners Announced

The Tech10 Awards honor individuals and companies driving innovation, education, and growth; to be recognized at celebration event on Nov. 15thProvidence, Rhode Island – October 15, 2018 – Tech Collective, Rhode Island’s foremost Information Technology Association, in partnership with Rhode Island Monthly, announces its 2018 Tech10 Award recipients. The program will honor sixteen Rhode Island […]

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General Assembly offers ‘absolute beginners’ class on SQL

PROVIDENCE – Introduction to SQL, or structured query language, which is used to communicate with a database, will be offered Aug. 22 from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at Tech Collective, 188 Valley St., Providence, according to the organization. The workshop is $35 to attend, offered by tech-training group General Assembly. Billed as a course for “absolute beginners,” […]

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